dangerous cargo


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dangerous cargo

Cargo which, because of its dangerous properties, is subject to special regulations for its transport.
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The Coast Guard's swift action to contain the fire has averted a mega marine pollution in the Arabian Sea considering the amount of dangerous cargo the ship was carrying, he added.
Since the year start, 8 road accidents involving vehicles carrying dangerous cargo occurred.
She added that the CPA knew of the dangerous cargo of the vessel and immediately informed the European committee in charge of such cases.
Canadian Transport minister, Lisa Raitt, has demanded better insurance for dangerous cargo.
Lars Hovtun, a spokesman for the Norwegian ship HNoMS Helge Ingstad gave no new date for the mission to escort the dangerous cargo out of Syria.
Some attention was also paid to the outdated technology used for dangerous cargo, deregulated railroads and Transport Canada's increasing reliance on rail companies to patrol and enforce their own safety rules.
The eight-hour classroom program is important because freight cars travel though rural areas, including Hardwick, and could be carrying dangerous cargo.
Some containers carry dangerous cargo, we call them HNS, hazardous noxious substances.
Officials intercepted the potentially dangerous cargo, which involved 400 carcasses, during random checks on incoming ships.
Much of this dangerous cargo was loaded onto ships at the isolated naval facility at Port Chicago, in north-central California, a station manned almost exclusively by black US sailors.
This is especially true of vast desert areas, and of oceans where demand for M2M solutions is high: for tracking fishing vessels, dangerous cargo, monitoring offshore wind farms, etc.
This ship of shame should not be allowed to unload its dangerous cargo in Egypt, and there is a substantial risk that this is what it plans to do," said Brian Wood, Amnesty's head of arms control.